tv Early Start with Christine Romans and Dave Briggs CNN July 23, 2019 2:00am-3:01am PDT
have a great rest of your day and for our u.s. viewers, "early start" continues right now. the u.k. will announce a new prime minister this morning. big changes could be in store if boris johnson gets the job. hundreds of thousands of protesters taking to the streets in puerto rico blocking a major expressway and launching an island wide strike to demand the resignation of the governor, ricardo rossello. stay in your lane. the doj warns robert mueller not to stray from his report when he testifies tomorrow. vaping is as bad as smoking cigarettes. one juul cartridge, a package of cigarettes worth of nicotine. welcome to "early start."
that's my psa, i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5 a.m. in the east. let's begin in the u.k. where it is a pivotal day there. boris johnson or jeremy hunt. the next hour a new prime minister will be announced. a number of people are threatening to resign if johnson wins. we are lucky to have cnn's nic robertson there. he's joining us live from 10 downing street with the very latest. the odds on favorite looks like boris johnson. >> reporter: you might not have figured that this morning. jeremy hunt, the other contender in that leadership race, walked past us this morning on the way to theresa may's last cabinet meeting and he said, lovely morning. was he referring to the weather or the way the vote will go? it is expected to be boris johnson. he will have challenges. there are ministers such as the chancellor who have announced that they will resign before theresa may leaves office. there will be others.
boris johnson's biggest tests are going to be the current tensions with iran and of course brexit. he says he is going to have a do or die brexit. he wants a cabinet full of ministers who support him with a no deal brexit if it comes to that on the 31st of october. that will be a big order of business for him there as well. but who is boris johnson? we know him as this sort of slightly comedic character, you know? we've seen the images of him riding that zip line in london when he was mayor of london holding the two middle jacks there. the whole zip line got suspended and there's boris johnson waiving the flags. he is widely regarded as an incredible intellect. he was top of his class at school, at university as well. did well. but there is a trust deficit. he is unorthodox in his approach and he has been less than -- less than full with the truth, if you will. he's lost two jobs, one as a newspaper journalist and the
other as a leading conservative member of parliament. he was forced to step down because he lied about an affair he was having. so lies are part of his characteristic as well. that will be part of his baggage if he carries it into 10 downing street. if johnson is announced in an hour. that will wait until tuesday. johnson will visit the queen if it is him as prime minister, the 177th in the u.k. >> prime minister wrote a book about another prime minister. wrote a book about winston churchill. nice to see you, thanks. >> nic mentioned the crisis with iran. a cnn exclusive on that. melissa bell speaking with ceo of the company operating the british tanker seized by iran. he said the ship did not violate any kind of law and he shares his concerns for the crew seen
here on iranian state tv. >> one of the requests we sent recently, which was yesterday, was that we should have access to the crew, and they have confirmed that they have received the request but we're still awaiting the reply. looks like the crew is in good health. i was on a lot of pressure on them, i'm sure. >> president trump disputing that it skon tans 17 people as the allies respond to iran. cnn's matthew chance is live. matthew, good morning. what are we learning? >> reporter: well, dave, the british have announced tough new steps towards iran in response to the seizure last friday of that british flag tanker. they're going to set up a new naval maritime protection force
to protect shipping in the strait of hormuz where the british flag ship. jeremy hunt, who is the foreign minister at the moment and is expected to be next prime minister of brittain said it is not going to be part of the maximum u.s. policy. that's been interpreted as the differences towards iran. both the united states and united kingdom and the allies have. now with a situation developing in the united kingdom, with a new prime minister set to take office, there's a possibility that could change. it's surprising given the fact that brittain is engaged in this escalating conflict with iran over the seizure of this british flagged oil tanker. brittain has already seized iranian oil and an oil tanker which it ran.
>> boy, we'll have it gone. blocking a major expressway. demanding the resignation of the governor, ricardo rossello. singer ricky martin among the celebrities. there he is, fueling these demonstrations. just a river of protestors in the street near the governor's mansion. on sunday rossello said he won't run again but he won't step down. claiming he can regain the confidence of his people. >> governor, who's come forward to support you? >> there are folks that have supported me. >> who specifically is supporting you today. >> support of the role of -- there are people. >> can you give me the name of one? >> there is a protest. well, it's -- it's -- i've
talked to people -- >> just one name. >> -- from different groups. a lot of people from the administration. >> governor, you're not able to give me the name of one person in puerto rico who supports you continuing as governor, is that correct? >> yes. so the mayor of san sebastian. >> cnn asked the mayor if he supports him and he called it wrong. he mentioned the impeachment process. >> dave, christine, monday started peacefully with hundreds of thousands of people blocking the expressway sending the message they wanted to. they changed direction. a small number of the men here at the governor's mansion. police have had to move in to clear them out. there was a smaller number of protesters. some turned up wearing masks, others were simply peacefully dancing and an altercation began with the police. some of the protesters with what
seemed like water bottles. you can see them behind me here. then tear gas was fired by the police to disperse the crowd after they used a number of warnings. that led to them being chased through the streets by some of the units you can see here and then also continued sense of a standoff here in san juan. they wanted the message of unity to try to change the governor's mind. now you have these ugly scenes, frankly, where it will feed into the protester's narrative that they face a brutal, corrupt government and feed into the government's narrative that they have hard core elements who won't accept political responsibility. he's being warned to remain
within the political boundaries of his report. in other words, don't say anything you haven't already said. why is the department of justice cautioning mueller who's saying he hasn't found any surprises. >> any testimony from this office would not go beyond our report. we chose those words carefully and the work speaks for itself and the report is my testimony. >> jessica snider has more on tomorrow's hearings from washington. >> reporter: dave and christine, the doj has informed robert mueller that any of his testimony in those back-to-back hearings tomorrow must remain within the bounds of his public report. it's a blunts warning from the justice department, and it came via email on monday. it was in response to how he should testify. that will likely prevent robert
mueller from making any comments about the president since democrats are sure to ask if donald trump would have been charged with obstruction if he had not been the president. but one thing that will stay under raps until tomorrow and won't be shared beforehand with the attorney general, mueller's opening statement. a spokesman for mueller tells me that the doj will not see the former special counsel's opening remarks prior to the delivery. since we know that robert mueller is a reluctant witness. the spokesman would only say that any indication of his tone or demeanor will just have to wait until tomorrow. a grocery store worker missing for ten years has been found. you'll never believe where. it's tough to quit smoking cold turkey.
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hundreds of thousands of protesters take to the streets of puerto rico blocking a major expressway and launching an island wide strike to demand the governor's resignation. stay in your lane. doj warns robert mueller not to stray from his report when he testifies tomorrow. and vaping is as bad as cigarettes. the fda hopes magic will keep teens from picking up the habit. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> important information ahead. i'm dave briggs. we start in the u.k. where it is a pivotal day. boris johnson or jeremy hunt. next hour a new prime minister will be announced. a number of government ministers are pledging to resign if johnson, a polarizing front-runner, wins and that list continues to grow.
nic robertson joining us live from 10 downing street with the latest. good morning, sir. who is boris johnson and why are so many suggesting this could be trouble? >> reporter: they're suggesting it could be trouble because boris johnson has a checkered past and a problem with the truth. he comes in, if it is him, facing huge challenges. number one, rising tensions with iran. secondly, brexit. has promised a do or die no deal brexit come the 31st of october. he wants a cabinet that will support him on that. this is why we're seeing so many senior cabinet members indicating that they will resign. chief among them, if you will, chancellor of number 11 downing street says he will leave before theresa may leaves her job. a member of the foreign office stepped down yesterday. there were a couple of other cabinet members threatening to do the same thing because they do not support boris johnson if he goes ahead with a no deal brexit. who is he? we've seen him hanging on that high wire, that zip wire in
london. he kind of got marooned there waiving those two little british union jack flags. johnson has that comedic charismatic character cajoling people, trying to win them over. that's one of the reasons, if it is him, that he will have voted because he is so strong and popular. he is an intellectual. he is very smart. his teachers found him to be one of the smartest in the class but always racing to do things at the last minute. he does have that trust deficit. one is a new hampshire and one is a senior conservative party member over lies with a conservative party not telling truth about an adult terous affair. theresa may in the last cabinet meeting right now. many cabinet members wondering if it is boris johnson, will he keep them on. he will step over as prime minister in about 24 hours if it is him.
>> will he, or will he jet pack in? beware. you never know how boris makes an entrance. thank you, nic. in puerto rico, hundreds of thousands of protesters blocking a highway. singer ricky martin among the celebrities there in those demonstrations. a river of protesters flooding the street near the governor's mansion. on sunday rossello said he will not step down. he will not run again but he's not leaving office. the embattled governor claiming he can regain the confidence of his people. >> governor, who's come forward to support you? >> there are folks that have supported me. >> who specifically is supporting you today? >> that support the rule of law. there are people. >> could you give me one name? >> see them out there. there is a protest. it's -- i've talked --
>> just one name. >> -- to people from different groups. >> a lot of people from the administration. >> governor, you're not able to give me the name of one person in puerto rico who supports you continuing as governor, is that correct? >> i can. so the mayor of san sebastian, for example. >> cnn asked the san sebastian mayor if he indeed supports rossello. he called the governor's claim wrong and mentioned the impeachment process. we have more this morning from nick peyton walsh. he's in san juan for us. >> reporter: dave, christine, monday started peacefully with hundreds of thousands of people blocking the highway. a small number of them are left here in front of the governor's mansion. the police have had to move in to clear them out. there was a smaller number of protesters. some turned up wearing masks, others were simply peacefully dancing and an altercation
began. it seemed like water bottles initially. ranks of police changed. you can see them behind me here and then tear gas was fired by police to disperse the crowd. that led to them being chased through the streets by some of the units you can see here and then also continued sense of a standoff here in old san juan. many hoped today would go peacefully. they had wanted the message of unity to change the governor's mind, to get him to step down immediately. now you have these ugly scenes, frankly, where it will feed into the protestor's narrative and the governor's narrative who won't accept political compromise. >> thank you, nick. the justice department with guidance for robert mueller on the eve of crucial testimony. mueller being warned by the doj
to, quote, remain within the boundaries of the written report. in other words, don't say anything you have not already said. so why is the justice department cautioning mueller who's already suggested he's not planning any surprises? >> any testimony from this office will not go beyond our report. we chose the words carefully. and the report speaks for itself. the report is my testimony. >> we're joined from washington. good morning, nice to see you. >> good morning. >> you've written an excellent piece that we should tweet out. everyone should read this. 10 things to watch about the mueller testimony. the very first sthing what kind of witness will mueller be? we've seen him in action in the past. he's got a long history on capitol hill appearing before various committees. we've made a little mashup of sort of his style. listen. >> i hesitate to speculate. >> i'm reluctant to speculate.
i'm hesitant to do that. i don't think it appropriate to speculate. i hesitate to comment on other issues. >> are we going to hear language like that, do you think, from robert mueller when he goes in front of these committees, especially since we've said stay within the confines of that report. the doj letter just reiterates the fact that mueller has said his report is his testimony. he didn't want to have this hearing at all. he hoped the public statement that he gave in may would be the end of it. obviously congress had other ideas and wants him to come in. democrats are hoping that that will be enough for them. that as long as mueller will talk about what's in the report, will lay out the episodes of potential obstruction of justice that are in there, talk about the russian contacts between the russians and members of trump's team, that will be enough to sway public opinion even if he doesn't go beyond the report. doesn't mean they're not going
to ask those questions. i think we'll hear some democrats try and talk about whether or not the president, you know, committed a crime if he wasn't president. i think the no comments and not speculates, we'll get more into that. >> 80 house democrats supported it. so him reading it aloud, why would that change anything? is this about 2020 or is that about impeachment? >> reporter: i think for a lot of democrats this is kind of a make or break moment when it comes to impeachment. they're hoping that the public opinion will sway as a result of muller's testimony. if they see mueller talking about these episodes on television, that will actually be enough to move the needle and move some of the more reluctant, vulnerable democrats. >> i see what you're saying it's just that impeachment should be
about high crimes and misdemeanors, not about public sentiment. >> you point out that the democrats can really try to focus on specific obstruction incidents to try to complete the picture, right? to try to really paint the picture for that one sound bite. it maybe captures the story, she deebt think impeachment is a good idea unless the public and republicans are on board. and until public opinion shifts, i think you'll see the speaker and a lot of the democrats who haven't joined their colleagues, they're not going to get there. it still remains to be seen whether mueller's testimony is enough. the hope is if mueller is talking about those specific instances, they have picked out five in particular they think will move that needle, that that will be enough to sway public opinion. >> there is, of course, another side to this hearing. jim jordan and company will be
aggressive in trying to shine daylight on the origins of this investigation. president trump said you can't get another bite at the apple and lindsey gram reiterated that the other night. >> i think most americans are looking to mueller to tell them what happened, not nadler. do you think any fair minded person thinks that nadler is not out to get the president. trump will get re-elected and we'll take the house and the senate. >> that's a bold prediction. the apple is done. what are the republicans after tomorrow? >> you know, it's going to be real interesting to see that ping pong back and forth between the democrats trying to get mueller to talk about the government's alleged crimes and the governor will poke holes and established there wasn't
consistent. >> whatever kind of precomments he's going to present as well will be fascinated. >> absolutely. >> nice to see you. thank you so much. again, everybody, ten things to watch in the mueller testimony. fantastic. thank you. >> thank you. the trump administration changing immigration rules to speed up deportations without a hearing before the new judge. it will cover undocumented immigrants anywhere in the country who cannot proof they have lived here continuously for three years. this fast track rule only covered undocumented at the land borders. raw emotions from neighbors with a 12-year-old and her
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foul play is expected in the death of a student at ole miss. deputies were on routine patrol found the body of 21-year-old alexandria costio at a lake in northern mississippi 40 miles from oxford. according to university of mississippi's chancellor, she was working towards a bachelor's degree in marketing.
300,000 customers in the dark in new jersey after violent thunderstorms. restoration could take several days here. flood watches and warnings are in effect. about 600,000 customers in the dark in new york city, in westchester. some customers just got power back after a scorching weekend. flash flood warnings issued in parts of affected areas. more than 140,000 customers in the metro detroit area have been without power since the weekend. a dte worker says they expect to restore power by tomorrow. first teenage ads against teenage vaping are out using magic to keep kids away from ecigarettes. >> i'm going to put it into your hands. watch very carefully. boom! >> that features street magician julius d transforming an ecigarette into a regular
cigarette. one cartridge contains the same amount of nicotine as an entire pack. this is all part of the fda's $60 million the real cost campaign. in 2018 they revealed vaping increased nearly 80% among high schoolers and 50% among middle schoolers over the year before. if you're driving a van with more than $200 million worth of drugs on board, probably best not to crash into police cars. a man in australia apparently did not get that memo slamming into police cruisers parked in front of a station house in sydney. police arrested the 28-year-old driver, seized the van and the cache of methamphetamine. he faces drug trafficking and negligent driving. remember that guy we saw climb down a 19 story apartment building in philadelphia last week. well, he actually climbed up the building first. and he did it to sav his bed
riten mom. he said he tried to enter the burning building but officers stopped him. adrenaline took over and he started climbing up the fenced in apartment balconies. >> was she yelling at you because you climbed outside? >> she was more shocked. she knows i go above and beyond for her. a mom up there, you think she's dieing, you do anything she can. >> once he made it to mom she said she was okay. instead of sticking around for dinner, jermaine climbed down. we are getting our first look at oscar winner tom hanks bringing kids tv icon mr. rogers to life on the big screen. ♪ it's a beautiful day in this neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor ♪ ♪ would you be mine ♪ could you be mine >> that's really uncanny, it really is. >> that is fantastic.
>> sony releasing the first trailer for "a beautiful day in the neighborhood" from an article that "esquire" had optimism from fred rogers. do you remember when? >> tom hanks can do anything. >> nothing he can't do. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. kindness and optimism. >> it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood. not this one, but hopefully your neighborhood. i'm a letter from the justice department seems to be a warning to robert mueller that they do not want surprise. >> this isn't the first witness they have attempted to intimidate. it's just the one who has the most credibility. my commitment is to follow through efforts that i establish for the people of puerto rico. >> i am fed up with corruption.
>> here it comes, here it comes. >> this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. good morning, everyone. welcome to your new day, this tuesday, july 23rd, it's 6:00 in new york. john berman is off today. david gregory joins me. it's a big day. >> it's the eve of a big day. this has been highly anticipated even in the middle of the summer. they get robert mueller to finally testify. >> and things keep changing as they did last night. we're just 24 hours away from special counsel robert mueller testifying before congress about his investigation into president trump of course and russian interference in the 2016 election and then last night there was a development. on the eve of this high stakes testimony, the justice department sent a letter warning robert mueller to "remain within the boundaries of his report" end